About Us Consular Information

Untitled Document

Police Clearance Certificate

1. In terms of the latest guidelines issued by Government of India, Police Clearance Certificate (PCC) will be issued to all categories of applicants only after receipt of police verification from the respective Passport Office from India.

2. The above-cited police verification would be done for each and every case and may take a longer duration. Therefore, all the applicants for PCC are advised to apply at the Embassy, well ahead of time.

3. Eligible applicants can do online registration for applying for PCC. Using Internet Explorer Browser is advisable for doing Online Registration. 

4. Steps to be followed: Open https://embassy.passportindia.gov.in/  and select country by clicking Czech Republic flag from the main dashboard.  Click ‘Register’ and select Embassy/ Consulate as ‘Czech Republic – Prague’. Complete the registration. Login again using ‘User Login’.  Select ‘Police Clearance Certificate’ and proceed with the application. 

5. After filling the requisite application form, a PDF file will generate. Take a print out of the online application form. The application form duly filled in and signed is to be submitted, along with copies of passport and residence permit/visa, one photograph (5x5 cm, white background), at the Embassy on any working day (Monday to Friday) between 0930 and 1200 hrs. List of holidays may also be seen before coming to the Embassy.

6. Please note to fill only Indian addresses in the reference column of the form. 

Other Consular Services

To get the following services, the applicant should fill in "The Miscellaneous Service Form", and come to the Embassy on a working day between 0930 and 1200 hrs along with copies of passport, visa/residence permit and one photograph.
  • Birth Certificate
  • Life Certificate
  • Attestation of Power of Attorney
  • Attestation of affidavit/document
  • Attestation of affidavit/document for commercial purpose (Applicant must get the documents authenticated/apostilled from the Czech Ministry of Foreign Affairs)
  • Attestation of documents for sale/purchase of Ship/vessel
  •  No objection Certificate to carry dead body/ashes
In the event of death of a relative/friend, if the applicant wishes to carry either body or ashes back home to India; the following documents are required to be submitted along with the Miscellaneous Service Form. 
  • Death Certificate in original with one photo copy;
  • Burial/Cremation or embalming certificate in original with one copy;
  • Certificate from a Medical Officer stating that “the deceased was not suffering from any contagious disease;
  • Passport of the deceased; and
  • Miscellaneous Service Form should have the details of the deceased and signed by the person submitted the application along with copy of his/her passport.
Issuing and Accepting Apostilles

The Hague Apostille Convention, 1961, abolishes the requirement of legalization of foreign documents for use in any member country, once an Apostille certificate (including e-Apostille) has been issued by a competent authority of the country where the document originates.  

2. It has been observed that some institutes/organizations/establishments in India demand an apostilled document of a member country to be further attested by the Indian Mission/Post in that country. It is clarified that no further attestation or legalization of an apostilled document should be required in India as India is a member of the Hague Apostille Convention. Czech Republic is also a member country of the convention. 

3. An apostilled document should, therefore, be treated as legalized document in India by all concerned, in accordance with the international obligation under the Hague Apostille Convention. Copy of a detailed note on “Issuing and Accepting Apostilles” may be downloaded hereunder.
 
Consular Service Fee (in cash only) 

Note on issuing and accepting apostilles

FAQs-Consular